Thursday, October 15, 2015
In seventh grade I was charged with making a mosaic of an Egyptian king for social studies class. Sounds more like art class, but your call, Mrs. Voleri.
I spent the next weekend toiling away with a pair of scissors and a pad of construction paper, carefully arranging and gluing each onto a poster board. By Sunday night, I closely resembled the Hunchback of Notre Dame and my right hand was locked...
Thursday, May 28, 2015
It’s a miracle I wasn’t hit by a car in England.
When I studied there spring semester of my junior year in college, I spent the first three weeks looking the wrong way before crossing the street. I’m sorry, but the right side is the right side.
I couldn’t tell just how much weight I was gaining, because British scales are in stones, not pounds. (Spoiler alert: 13 pounds.) I learned it’s...
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
In a world of adding Facebook friends that are practically strangers, texting others from the next room, and being quicker to live-tweet an event than enjoy it firsthand, it seems that fewer and fewer people are truly connecting with others. How can you, as an apartment manager, connect with your residents online in a way that fosters community, instead of making face-to-face conversation even...
Friday, January 9, 2015
The national real estate market is made up of many moving parts – renters, buyers, landlords, sellers, investors, inventory and demand, just to name a few. Gaining insight on the opinion of major influencers helps determine overall housing health, especially as economists begin to make predictions for 2015.
The Zillow Housing Confidence Index involves 10,000 interviews of consumers within 20...